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About Busan Aquarium, Busan
Sea Life Busan Aquarium is an aquarium located in Haeundae Beach, South Korea. There are about 250 species and up to 35,000 marine animals on display. The main tank contains 3,000,000 litres (790,000 US gal) of water, and the animals can be viewed through acrylic windows or from the 80-metre (260 ft) underwater tunnel. There are 40 exhibits, which include penguins, otters, piranha, sea jellies and a touch tank for a close up "hands on" look at a variety of sea creatures.Wikipedia
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Attractions like Haeundae Beach, Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, Yongdusan Park, Jagalchi Market and Gamcheon Cultural Village are the usual crowd pullers of Busan and you might easily miss out Busan Aquarium amidst these top things to do in Busan.
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Delve into Koreaâs natural and cultural history on this full-day coach trip to Junam Wetlands Park and Haeinsa Temple from Busan. At Koreaâs largest migratory bird habitat, your knowledgeable guide will point out winter or summer waterfowl such as the Chinese oriole or white-naped crane. Then get a glimpse of the Silla dynasty at Haeinsa Temple, which houses 13th-century woodblocks carved with the Tripitaka Koreana, considered the most complete collection of Buddhist scriptures in existence. Lunch plus round-trip hotel transport from Busan are included.
Leave Busan behind and relax on a drive to the countryside during this full-day guided coach tour to Andong. Visit the UNESCO-listed Hahoe Folk Village, where youâll watch a mask dance performance and explore traditional houses. At the Andong Folk Museum, learn more about regional lifestyles that date back to the Joseon dynasty. Your day of sightseeing also includes a Korean lunch and round-trip hotel transport from Busan.
Peer out the windows of your coach vehicle to see Busan's twinkling lights on a 3-hour tour. Admire a shimmering skyline below from a vantage point at Mt Hwangryeong; drive to Gwangalli Beach, spanned by the illuminated Gwangan Bridge; and hover underneath the longest cantilever roof in the world at the Busan Cinema Center, site of the Busan International Film Festival. Listen to narration by an informative guide, and enjoy convenient round-trip hotel transport.
Visit Korea’s largest city which is a functional port and have the time of your life. Do a lot of different things of this tour and see Korea not only from a tourist perspective but also from the eyes of a local as well. Enjoy different set ups at the Sancheong Oriental Medicine Theme Park and the Gimhae Gaya Theme Park. Also, visit the traditional Gukje Market or Jagalchi Market to take back a little of Korea with you.
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I enjoyed this aquarium. There was a wide variety of sea life here. They provide a schedule of events happening throughout the day. If you miss one, there's usually another time. I went in the afternoon and due to time constraint, I was only able to see one event. I would recommend going in the morning and planning for at least half a day to be able to see most of the events. There's one event they don't do on Mondays. A bit pricey, so if you have a coupon, bring it! Overall, I enjoyed this place and would recommend it.
Nice little visit. Not huge but interesting. I can see why the price seem a little high at 29000 won per person, but if you think about the rescue services they do and raising awareness about marine life, it don't seem too much? (At least I think that) One of better English translation around, and it was nice to see feeding time for some of the animals. As place I small, you are likely to see one or 2 feeding at best. Overall worth a visit.
Great place to take little ones. Thwy are constantly updating their exhibits. Good to go once a year.
There are lots of different sea animals to see---whether it be sharks, turtles, or even deep sea creatures. The displays are well-crafted. The staff is friendly and available to ask questions (mostly in Korean but some speak English). There's a small hands-on exhibit, where you can touch starfish and old shark eggs.
Good aquarium with lots to see. Very good for children. Check it out if you're in the Busan area.
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